Aprender y enseñar durante y más allá de la pandemia de covid-19: mantener y mejorar la solidaridad de los estudiantes

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https://doi.org/10.36390/telos261.17

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solidaridad; agencia; estudiantes; política educativa; enseñanza remota de emergencia; zoombie; fatiga digital.

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Esta investigación tiene como objetivo explorar los problemas del aprendizaje y la enseñanza en línea en las universidades rusas, incluso durante el brote de COVID-19. Con movimientos y contactos restringidos, todos los estudiantes a tiempo completo y todos los educadores tuvieron que dominar las nuevas tecnologías en muy poco tiempo, desarrollar diseños de cursos especiales para el modo de enseñanza remota y afrontar los desafíos motivacionales. Los métodos incluyen, entre otros, análisis de contenido de publicaciones de medios, regulaciones nacionales y documentos normativos locales. Los conceptos de solidaridad macrosocial y de grupo (particularista) junto con la posición metodológica de la interacción entre solidaridad, autonomía y agencia constituyen el fundamento teórico original de la investigación. Comparando los modos de aprendizaje presencial, semipresencial y virtual completo durante la COVID-19, el estudio analiza la sobrecarga de trabajo de los docentes, la aceptación de los estudiantes del modo de educación a distancia y su solidaridad al interactuar con las administraciones universitarias y los gobiernos. El artículo proporciona un metanálisis explorando los impactos de la transformación digital y el brote de Covid-2019 en la justicia, la transparencia, la agencia y la solidaridad en las universidades. Los hallazgos muestran desafíos y formas de autorrealización de estudiantes y profesores en condiciones socioeconómicas, psicológicas y educativas complejas, y son de importancia decisiva para los profesores que desarrollan y dirigen disciplinas filosóficas en línea. Al mostrar las deficiencias sistémicas del sistema educativo regional, el artículo aumenta nuestra conciencia sobre cómo las situaciones de emergencia, las medidas políticas y de gestión interactúan con los desafíos y las prácticas de afrontamiento de los actores educativos y no educativos.

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Aprender y enseñar durante y más allá de la pandemia de covid-19: mantener y mejorar la solidaridad de los estudiantes. (2024). Telos: Revista De Estudios Interdisciplinarios En Ciencias Sociales, 26(1), 260-277. https://doi.org/10.36390/telos261.17

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